Hazardous Waste Site May House Solar Energy Farm

[The Providence Journal] A New York-based private developer plans to announce today it will build a $45-million solar energy farm on a former hazardous-waste dump in western Coventry. Allco Renewable Energy said it will sign a letter of intent with the Town of Coventry today to build the project on the former Picillo pig farm, a 100-acre tract of town-owned land. An 8-acre portion of the farm was declared a federal Superfund site in the 1980s.


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